Oscar Ramirez Jr. still has the mentality of a high school quarterback.
The East Valley Boys Service Club recognized seniors who will soon graduate. Honorees included, front row: Slade Sumners, Will Goff, Josh Adazola, David Ewen, Adam Garcia, Liam Kovatch, Brenden Murphy; back row: Jared Ostendorp, Casey Patterson, Drew Mudry, Mark Papala, Evan Desai, Benjamin Macey. Also present, but not pictured: Mitchell Achord. The non-profit, philanthropic organization […]
Parents and caregivers are the first defense in helping prevent tooth decay in the Kyrene Corridor’s youngest children and, of course, their counterparts nationwide.
Area residents and employees can dine out for a cause with Eat Your Art Out Chandler, an all-day event conceived by Chandler Center for the Arts
Quick, it’s time to hit the “paws” button and take your dog for a walk. Feb. 22 is Walking the Dog Day, observed annually around the world.
Editor’s note: At the invitation of Dr. Jan Vesely, Wrangler News education writer Diana Whittle sat down with the new superintendent to cover progress that has been made since Vesely was appointed to the post in July. The meeting provided an opportunity to discuss the status of a comprehensive appraisal that was conducted by a […]
Have you heard? Young people are leaving the church in record numbers — never to return again. Or so we are being told.
Barb Lishko, the marriage preparation coordinator at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Chandler, spends her days helping couples prepare for their happily-ever-after.
It’s not often that a New York Times best-selling author comes to town, but Dr. Michael Gurian was well-received by area residents during a free workshop sponsored by the Tempe Union High School District.
West Chandler residents are about to find their city’s downtown a whole lot funkier—and more fun.